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Need affectionate terms for Ania..


ajy3108 1 | 1  
20 Dec 2009 /  #1
Hi all

I am learning some polish words and phrases to try on Ania, my polish girlfriend. I've been told that there are many variations of Ania and that some reflect affection towards her, and some not..

Can anyone help me out as I would love to surprise her over christmas!

Thanks
mira - | 115  
20 Dec 2009 /  #2
Let me think...
Aneczka
Anusia/Aniusia (or my mate who's called by her peers "Anusiak"-who's watched "Włatcy Móch, knows what I mean)

Aniula

can't think of more...
Sasha 2 | 1,083  
20 Dec 2009 /  #3
Can you also say "Anuta"? :)
Filios1 8 | 1,336  
20 Dec 2009 /  #4
Suckza
(this one will get her very hot for you)
Seanus 15 | 19,706  
20 Dec 2009 /  #5
Gee whizz, folks. Aniołku is the obvious choice. It means angel and my Ania insists on me calling her this :)
OP ajy3108 1 | 1  
20 Dec 2009 /  #6
Thanks for all the above :-)

Seanus, how do you pronounce this?? Anee-ow-ku (is not a very educated guess..)

also, what does Suckza actaully mean..?
Seanus 15 | 19,706  
20 Dec 2009 /  #7
A NYOW COO I'd say.

Still having fun with the keyboard, BBut? It can produce wonderful things ;)
Wroclaw 44 | 5,386  
20 Dec 2009 /  #8
also, what does Suckza actaully mean..?

tip. if you don't understand it and value your relationship... don't use it.
Bzibzioh  
20 Dec 2009 /  #9
also, what does Suckza actaully mean..?

Filios fancy himself funny but is just a vulgar pig. Another round of rehab didn't work. Again.
shush 1 | 212  
20 Dec 2009 /  #10
Anuleczka, Aniulka, Anuśka ...
frd 7 | 1,399  
20 Dec 2009 /  #11
My girlfriend's name's Ania, she likes when I call her the mentioned "Aniołek"/"Ania" she doesn't like "Anka" and "Anna"... and she doesn't like Anula, Aniula, Anusia and others, she thinks they sound peasantlike ; )
Seanus 15 | 19,706  
20 Dec 2009 /  #12
Aniołek or Aniołku are both good. I prefer the latter.
Seanus 15 | 19,706  
20 Dec 2009 /  #14
Are they your terms of endearment for your beloved Alan? ;) ;)
mira - | 115  
20 Dec 2009 /  #15
Aniołek or Aniołku are both good. I prefer the latter.

They sound okay, but so many people use those terms! I'd rather sound more original and I actually have a few nicknames for my bf.Or I simply call him by his name.

"Misiu", "Kochanie", "Słoneczko", etc. sound so pretentious.
Seanus 15 | 19,706  
20 Dec 2009 /  #16
I also call her Muniu. Muniu is used in Japanese for when you press sth soft like a baby's cheek. It's really nice!
Filios1 8 | 1,336  
20 Dec 2009 /  #17
also, what does Suckza actaully mean..?

It is important, in that it will make her feel like she is dominated... many women scream and shout, and dislike this on the forum maybe, but if they are called this in bed, they are absoulately crazy for you.

Filios fancy himself funny but is just a vulgar pig.

I don't fancy myself at all funny, my dear Bzibz :)
How has life been treating you? Still the bitter and lonely plastic Pole I remember?
Seanus 15 | 19,706  
20 Dec 2009 /  #18
Filios, do you enjoy calling girls 'little bit*hes'? Not a man of affection I see.
Filios1 8 | 1,336  
20 Dec 2009 /  #19
enjoy calling girls 'little bit*hes'?

Only in certain circumstances, as noted above...
I am a man of affection, but only for the right ones :)
Seanus 15 | 19,706  
20 Dec 2009 /  #20
Aniu could also be sweet :)
peter_olsztyn 6 | 1,098  
21 Dec 2009 /  #21
I am learning some polish words and phrases to try on Ania



;)
sledz 23 | 2,250  
21 Dec 2009 /  #22
Call her Hanka..:)

Aniu could also be sweet :)

Hanusia would be more unexpected though?

polish words and phrases to try on Ania

The Hanka thing was a joke, dont use it man

Shell like Hanusia, I know they like it:)
ooshak - | 28  
28 Dec 2009 /  #23
Aniś, Aniczku, Niuś, Anulko, Nuleczku,
just making up.. but could work...

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